• Israel revives plan for 500 homes in Jerusalem settlement
Israel revives plan for 500 homes in Jerusalem settlement

Most of the Palestinians killed were carrying out attacks, according to Israeli authorities. Donald Trump believes his son-in-law Jared Kushner could help broker a long-elusive peace in the Middle East between Israelis and Palestinians. for 500 units in Ramat Shlomo ", the Ir Amim anti-settlement NGO said, referring to an ultra-Orthodox Jewish se...

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  • France's Hollande and his premier weigh presidential bids
France's Hollande and his premier weigh presidential bids

He urged Hollande, Valls and former economy minister Emmanuel Macron to all stand, saying the party would benefit from a large field of candidates. The centre-right Les Republicains party will choose its own candidate on Sunday, with former Prime Minister Francois Fillon in pole position.

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  • South Korea president's office explains Viagra purchase
South Korea president's office explains Viagra purchase

Opposition parties, however, must get some votes from Park's ruling party if the motion is to succeed. President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Park Geun-hye also chaired a bilateral meeting, witnessed the signing of the bilateral pacts at State House, Nairobi.

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  • Brotherly solidarity: William backs Harry's call for privacy
Brotherly solidarity: William backs Harry's call for privacy

A source close to the Royal's told The Telegraph that Prince Harry would never have made a public statement regarding his new relationship without first speaking with Prince William . "His girlfriend, Meghan Markle , has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment", the statement read. Although Markle and Prince Harry's romance has g...

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  • Samsung Group raided in growing South Korea scandal
Samsung Group raided in growing South Korea scandal

Mr. Hong didn't immediately respond to an emailed request to confirm the raid. Reports from multiple sources like Wall Street Journal and Reuters suggested that premises of South Korea's largest pension fund, the National Pension Service (NPS) were also raided as part of this alleged influence-peddling scandal.

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  • Davis Cup: Croatia Leads Argentina 2-1 After Doubles
Davis Cup: Croatia Leads Argentina 2-1 After Doubles

In a battle of big servers, Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro beat Croatia's Ivo Karlovic 6-4, 6-7 (6), 6-3, 7-5 on Friday to leave the two teams tied at 1-1 following the opening singles matches in the Davis Cup final. Delbonis dropped to the ground after his 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory. He explained how he got the broken finger after the match and al...

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  • Casey Anthony's Ex-lawyer Planned to Smuggle Cocaine, Feds say
Casey Anthony's Ex-lawyer Planned to Smuggle Cocaine, Feds say

The 54-year-old lawyer came to the attention of the DEA in October when sources told them traffickers were looking to use a US -based plane to import the drug. Macaluso worked on her case from March 2009 through February 2010 and she was acquitted in 2011. They have since been flown to NY, where a US magistrate in Brooklyn on November 19 ordered ...

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  • Erdogan threatens to open Turkey's border with Europe to migrants
Erdogan threatens to open Turkey's border with Europe to migrants

Look here, if this goes any further, those border gates will be opened - you should know that. European Parliament MPs have passed a non-binding resolution to temporarily freeze EU accession talks with Turkey due to " disproportionate repressive measures" under the state of emergency enacted by Ankara.

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  • China defended free trade against protectionism of Trump
China defended free trade against protectionism of Trump

U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Peru just after 10 p.m. EST Friday for his last global summit before leaving office in January. Obama earlier spoke briefly with Russian President Vladimir Putin about Syria and Ukraine on Sunday, in their first known conversation since Trump was elected the next USA president.

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  • BJP, Congress excel in Maharashtra civic elections
BJP, Congress excel in Maharashtra civic elections

BJP's great win in local polls shows people's strong faith in development politics", PM said . The results come as a major boost for BJP as it faced elections for the first time after demonetisation move of Narendra Modi led Central government.

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  • Anthony Michael Hall Charged With Assault After Fighting With Neighbor
Anthony Michael Hall Charged With Assault After Fighting With Neighbor

The neighbor alleges that he and the actor have had several run-ins in their gated community in the past. Breakfast Club star Actor Anthony Michael Hall is reportedly facing a felony battery charge after fighting with his neighbor, according to TMZ .

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  • Controversial Energy Bill Gaining Support
Controversial Energy Bill Gaining Support

The legislation includes provisions requiring cost increases to residential consumers in the first year of less than 25 cents a month for Commonwealth Edison customers, and a larger increase for Ameren Illinois customers. "We have worked with a variety of stakeholders on this latest amendment to the bill and reduced cost and increased value for con...

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  • Brad Pitt officially cleared of child abuse allegations
Brad Pitt officially cleared of child abuse allegations

The FBI has cleared Brad Pitt of any wrongdoing after an investigation into alleged child abuse of his son Maddox on a private plane flight. The agency in a statement on Tuesday confirmed that they have reviewed the circumstances and will not pursue the matter further.

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  • Hurricane Otto nears the coasts of Nicaragua and Costa Rica
Hurricane Otto nears the coasts of Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Hurricane Otto weakened to a tropical storm early Friday after making landfall on Nicaragua's southeastern coast, the U.S. Otto's landfall location is the farthest south on record that a hurricane has ever hit in Central America, forecasters said.

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  • Year old Kurdish refugee dies in fire in Greece
Year old Kurdish refugee dies in fire in Greece

Angry migrants set fire to a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos Thursday after a woman and a six-year-old child died following a gas cylinder explosion, local police said. Their total is twice the capacity of the Government-run camp of Moria and a centre administered by the municipality. In recent months Moria camp, as well as other refugee camps...

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  • NATO Criticizes New Russian Missiles Near Poland, Lithuania
NATO Criticizes New Russian Missiles Near Poland, Lithuania

MOSCOW/TOKYO Russia said on Wednesday it hoped its deployment of missile systems on the Kurile islands would not damage efforts to settle the long-running territorial dispute between Moscow and Tokyo over the islands. We have, therefore, to take countermeasures, which means to target with our missile systems the facilities, that, in our opinion,...

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  • May says leaders wished Obama well in meeting
May says leaders wished Obama well in meeting

Responding to Mr Schauble's remarks, a Downing Street spokesman said: "We have always set out that as long as we remain members of the European Union, we will fulfil the commitments and obligations to the EU". France's President Francois Hollande is grappling with record low approval ratings ahead of next May's election that could see far-right...

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  • Donald Trump's Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon Earns Money From Seinfeld Reruns
Donald Trump's Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon Earns Money From Seinfeld Reruns

Not a single Republican added their name to the letter . A total of 168 Democratic lawmakers, including Indian-American Ami Bera, have asked President-elect Donald Trump to rescind the appointment of Steve Bannon as his Chief Strategist for the latter's alleged links with white nationalists.

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  • German Chancellor Merkel's to seek fourth term
German Chancellor Merkel's to seek fourth term

She added that she expected challenges from both the right and the left of the political spectrum. The 62-year-old conservative is widely seen as a stabilizing force in Europe at a time of uncertainty after Britain's vote to leave the European Union and the election of Donald Trump as the next USA president.

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  • 'I Think Donald Trump Won Because of Me'
'I Think Donald Trump Won Because of Me'

Facebook was sharply criticized during the last days of the U.S. presidential election for hosting false news stories that were widely shared on the platform. In the Post interview , Horner took credit for the fake news item about the protester being paid $3,500. He was wrong. Again, he is quoted by the Post: "His followers don't fact-check...

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